| Dundorfian National Socialist Movement|
Dundorfische Nationalsozialistische Bewegung
National Socialist Youth
Seats in the Reichstag
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(Political parties of FORMAL NATION NAME)
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The Dundorfian National Socialist Movement (Dundorfian: Dundorfische Nationalsozialistische Bewegung) was a political movement and party founded around the ideas and theory of Reinhard Scharff. The NSB, as it was often called, was a movement which stemmed from the ideology of Reinhard Scharff. Reinhard Scharff, the ideological father of National Socialism served in the nationalist dominated Heimkorps (Lutheran: Home Corps) during the First Dundorfian Civil War. It was his service in the First Dundorfian Civil War which Scharff grew radicalized and would eventually go on to found the National Socialist Movement.
The ideological basis for National Socialism is simple, it calls for unity of the Volksdundorfische (an idea which Scharff borrowed from Dundorfian nationalism), economic autarky from the rest of the world, purity of the Dundorfian people and removal of all Kerisians from the Dundorfian Reich. Political experts and historians saw the development of the National Socialist ideology as a means to answer the questions following the break-up of the Dundorfian Empire.